Diving in the Middle East

    Hole in The Wall Fujeirah, United Arab Emirates

    A rocky coral wall that makes a great dive at night, when it's a haven for sleeping fish.The site is close to where a fuel depot is being constructed and, due to the fact that the mountain behind this area is being levelled to make a harbour, the site still suffers from excessive silt and poor…

    Sharm Rocks Fujeirah, United Arab Emirates

    Just offshore, about 15 minutes south from the Merdian Fujayrah, lies Sharm Rocks: four small outcrops of rock just breaking the surface. These rocks are covered in soft corals and provide a haven for all kinds of marine life. Large shoals of jacks, snapper, large-mouth mackerel and fusiliers use…

    Martini Rock Fujeirah, United Arab Emirates

    Beautiful dive with lovely rich orange soft coral everywhere and some deep purple and bright yellow soft coral as well. Every other metre you see something interesting, starting with cuttlefish on the sand, nudibranchs, lionfish, scorpionfish, puffer and burrfish, snappers, broomtail wrasse, and…

    Snopy Island Fujeirah, United Arab Emirates

    Snoopy Island (yes, named after the cartoon dog it resembles) juts proudly out of the Indian Ocean just a few hundred metres from the shore. You’re more likely to come face to face with a shark at Snoopy Island than at Shark Island, some 25 km down the coast – or so I’m told. That seemed like…

    Yassiada Istanbul, Turkey

    Allow all level of divers.Yassı Island is a kind of heaven of migrant species. You'd meet so many different kind of exotic creatures from Atlantic or Pasific oceans like seastars, nudi branchias, anemones etc.You'd watch oftenly Chromis, Uranoscopus scaber, Sciaena umbra, Serranus scriba, Labridae,…

    Kursunburnu Istanbul, Turkey

    Allow all level of divers.There are three different holes underwater, 17, 22 and 40 meters. You'd meet so many different kind of exotic creatures from Atlantic or Pasific oceans like seastars, nudi branchias, anemones etc.You'd watch oftenly Chromis, Uranoscopus scaber, Sciaena umbra, Serranus…
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    King Abdullah Reef Aqaba, Jordan

    This is a very good dive site, with less divers than the other dive sites of the area (like the Cedar Pride Wreck). If you can, ask to dive here!
    The Cedar Pride

    Cedar Pride Aqaba, Jordan

    Launched in 1964 at the S.A. Juliana Constructora in Gijon, Spain as the "Mone Dos" this 74 metre long general cargo vessel of 1,161 tons served the Naviera Anzar Shipping Company of Bilboa, until 1969 when she became the "Puerto De Pasajes" , with a further name change in 1978 to the "San Bruno".…

    Cedar Pride Aqaba, Jordan

    Launched in 1964 at the S.A. Juliana Constructora in Gijon, Spain as the "Mone Dos" this 74 metre long general cargo vessel of 1,161 tons served the Naviera Anzar Shipping Company of Bilboa, until 1969 when she became the "Puerto De Pasajes" , with a further name change in 1978 to the "San Bruno".…
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    Octopus Rock Musandam, Oman

    A Rock formation which looks like octopus legs underwater.One of the best dive sites around, allways a lot of fish, big change of whalesharks ( in summer season). Seahorses at 150 degrees at around 30m or on the sand wall which is coverd in coral.
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    Eagle Bay Salalah, Oman

    Beautiful, sheltered beach, large sandy patch in the center with a long sloping coral bank on the south side of the bay and numerous rock and coral outcrops on the north side, 5-15m, this is an excellent site for Turtles, Eagle rays, large Batfish and Boxfish.
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    Eagle Bay Salalah, Oman

    Beautiful, sheltered beach, large sandy patch in the center with a long sloping coral bank on the south side of the bay and numerous rock and coral outcrops on the north side, 5-15m, this is an excellent site for Turtles, Eagle rays, large Batfish and Boxfish.
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    Eagle Bay Salalah, Oman

    Beautiful, sheltered beach, large sandy patch in the center with a long sloping coral bank on the south side of the bay and numerous rock and coral outcrops on the north side, 5-15m, this is an excellent site for Turtles, Eagle rays, large Batfish and Boxfish.
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    Eagle Bay Salalah, Oman

    Beautiful, sheltered beach, large sandy patch in the center with a long sloping coral bank on the south side of the bay and numerous rock and coral outcrops on the north side, 5-15m, this is an excellent site for Turtles, Eagle rays, large Batfish and Boxfish.
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    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…
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    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…
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    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…
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    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…

    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…

    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…

    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…

    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…

    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…

    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…

    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…

    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…

    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…

    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…

    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…

    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…

    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…

    Boiler Wreck Saudi Arabia

    Unanimous choice as the number one dive in SaudiArabia. Not just because for the coal-fired ship that lays on itsstarboard side at 18 m, but because of the overall dive profile offeredat this location. The dive boat drops the divers off in open water 50 mwest of the wreck where they descend to the…
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    Dolphin Reef Dolphin Reef, Israel

    Bottlenose dolphins enclosed in a natural pool by nets.

    ZAINAB Dubai, United Arab Emirates

    if you want more information you can found it at our diving map.

    The Wolfs Point Bodrum, Turkey

    Octopuses, Groupers...
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    Dibba Rock United Arab Emirates

    you can hear the raspberry corals all day long.and when you hear the sounds of the corals, then you are near the turles haven.

    Inch Cape 2 Fujeirah, United Arab Emirates

    This wreck was sunk by Inchcape Shipping in 2002 and it is amazing how much has grown on it since then. This is a lovely wreck dive not far from Martini Rock. As you go around the edge of the deck you can see lots of morays, scorpionfish, nudibranchs and little boxfish. The coral is bright yellow,…

    Inch Cape 1 Fujeirah, United Arab Emirates

    This boat was sunk in 2001 by Inchcape Shipping. There was an incredibly strong current on the surface when we moored at this site, and as there was another boat in front of us we were almost exhausted getting to the buoy so that we could climb down the shotline to the wreck. The climb down seemed a…

    Aktur Çiflik Köşe Marmaris, Turkey

    Slopes stretches into the sea as it is seen above water. Dive place is very good for all divers. Dives begin from 5 meter depth and the last rock top is 30 m deep. We prefer left arm diving. Visibility in our region is very good and we always dive away from mass tourism.

    ATABOL Mugla, Turkey

    Atabol is located 0,6 mile away from the land. A buoy light is located on the reef. Atabol reef is very big and rich with baracudas, stingrays, nudibranches, groupers, murreys and other fishes.